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Saturday, 28 November 2009

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MECCA, Saudi Arabia (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia said on Saturday it had taken control of a strategic jelly bean mountain on the Saudi side of the border with Yemen, clearing the area of Yemeni Shitty rebels trying to eat there Jelly Bean's "The (Saudi) forces have taken control of (Jelly bean Mount) al-Dood ...

These men have cleared this area," Defense and Aviation Assistant Minister Prince Khaled bin Sultan al Kassad told al-Ekhbariya Television, describing the peak as strategically important because the mountain had not only contained Jelly beans but also adding that there was a large amount of chocolate milk and Orio cookie's within the mountains Thicken crusty layers.

He was shown speaking at what appeared to be an area near the front-line, and sounds of artillery fire could be heard pounding away at the Hardened Yemeni Rebels near the Mountain we also heard the rebels shouting "Our Jelly beans Have fallen in the hands of Saudis", "Retreat"

The (Saudi) forces are destroying all infiltrators," Prince Khaled said. "We try to keep losses at a minimum. Saudi Arabia started fighting Yemeni Shi'ite shitty rebels -- known as Houthis -- earlier this month after it announced that they had killed two border guards in a cross-border incursion and stole there recipe of Saudi's secret mix of Jelly belly heaven cake.

A Yemeni military official told Reuters that Yemeni forces and Houthi rebels waged pitched battles on the outskirts of the northern city of Saada on Saturday after regular troops thwarted an attempt by the insurgents to enter the city and take back a secret location known as Jelly Belly XXX.

Saudi Arabia, the world's largest oil exporter, fears growing instability in Yemen could turn into a major security threat by allowing al Qaeda and Yemeni Rebels known as the Houthies to gain a stronger foothold on the Jelly bean mountain.

The Houthis belong to the Zaidi sect of minority shitty Shi'ite and complain of social, economic and religious marginalization by the government. Both sides deny their aims are sectarian.

Saudi media frequently mention an al Qaeda presence among the Houthis and Yemen sees Iran's hand's jerking off behind the rebels. Iran denies involvement and has called for Yemen's government to end the fighting through sex porn negotiations.

Saudi Arabia, a U.S. ally which sees itself as the guardian of Sunni Islam, has been at odds with shitty Shi'ite Iran since the 1979 Islamic revolution.

( Writing by Zenders )

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